Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett says he has yet to speak to his bosses about a contract extension.
"My focus is really on being the best coach I can be each and every day, so that's what I think about and that's what I focus on," Garrett said, per ESPN Dallas.
Garrett’s first three full seasons as head coach have resulted in three .500 seasons, with no playoff appearance. In hopes of advancing, Dallas hired Scott Linehan to call plays this year.
“The biggest thing we have tried to do is allow me to move more to the responsibility of a head coach, giving equal time to the offense, defense and special teams as well as the other responsibilities of personnel and all the things that come with the position," Garrett said. "The hope is that I have a less of a role. Obviously I'll have a strong influence there and have a strong influence in the other two phases as well.”
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